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Poster: fedupwithgarbage Date: Aug 24, 2009 8:58am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Hurray for serials

Do a search for "Captain American" Yes, the genius that uploaded it spelled it wrong. The genius that uploaded it also did not upload ALL of the chapters. Chapters 1 and 10 are missing. Also, the genius that captured it at 29 frames per second re-encoded it at 25 frames per second which drops 4 frames every second which causes the video to "jerk" or "jump" throughout the entire video.

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Poster: Scott Saunders Date: Aug 25, 2009 8:50am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Hurray for serials

I've inquired about re-posting Captain America, I'm not responsible for the original posting by the way. I'm waiting to hear back to see if it's in the public domain. It's my understanding that it's not PD.

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Poster: fedupwithgarbage Date: Aug 26, 2009 11:25am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Hurray for serials

That would be most appreciated. Hope it's PD.
Thanks for trying.

By the way, I DID manage to download all 15 Chapters of "Captain America" in Quicktime .mov format from that blip(dot)tv website. They're the same ones that someone posted here. Although the videos themselves are not bad quality, you can tell that they were re-encoded from 29.97 frames per second to 25 frames per second which causes the video to be jerky. Obviously from the fact that it's missing 4 frames every second. Geesh!

This post was modified by fedupwithgarbage on 2009-08-26 18:25:59